Project Description (Problem/Solution/Results)
This West Lafayette couple was tired of their worn out cabinets and appliances, an outdated design and a less than functional work space. They were interested in visually opening up their kitchen to allow for entertaining. Riverside Construction accomplished this by removing the wall peninsula cabinets, moving the sink under the rear window and repositioning the double ovens closer to the range top. Maple cabinets and granite countertops added a new beauty and warmth to the space, while luxury vinyl tile flooring and a travertine backsplash completed the new look. All of these remodeling improvements not only allowed for a more functional cooking space, but created the perfect environment for many friendly gatherings and parties.
Galley Kitchen, Great Room, Dark Wood Raised Panel Doors, Brown Granite Countertop, Stainless Appliances, Stainless Undermount Double Bowl Sink, Tan Vinyl Flooring